Growing up, math was always my least favorite subject. It never came naturally to me, the way reading and writing did. Despite being put in honors math classes in middle and high school, it never quite “clicked” for me, and I struggled to keep up with the classroom material. In college, I was constantly feeling “lost” in my Statistics class – never quite understanding what my professor was saying. The symbols, figures, equations, and terminology tripped me up. And because so many mathematical principles build on each other, once you get lost, it’s difficult to find your way back again.
As parents, we sometimes watch our own children struggle with math – especially as they begin to work on middle school, high school, and college level math work. So many of us feel like we are in WAY over our head when we look at their homework, and feel like we are completely incapable of helping. Often, anything past the four basic functions and we’re out. Throw in all the changes to the way kids are learning math, and we end up feeling just as lost as we did when we were students.
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